Social Protection and Inclusion

Social Protection and Inclusion

Based on our rich experience in the Czech Republic, PIN establishes coordination mechanisms between local NGOs, the national and local government to improve together the quality and outreach of social services in rural areas, and employability of vulnerable people. Through grants, trainings and coaching, PIN provides opportunities for business start-up for vulnerable people and for the establishment of social enterprises. PIN fights the stigma towards vulnerable groups using innovative methodologies such as teaching through documentary films to raise awareness and provoke a debate among the population.


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Ongoing aidorPast aid programmes

Reintegration Assistance Program through Business Start-up, Employment or Vocational Training

Reintegration Assistance Program through Business Start-up, Employment or Vocational Training

When: From April 2019 through 2020
Donors: L’Office Français de l’Immigration et de l’Intégration (OFII)

Purpose of the project:
To provide technical and financial assistance to migrants returning from France through business start-up, employment, vocational and professional qualification development to enable them to generate income and resettle permanently in Georgia.

Direct target groups of the project:
Migrants returning from France.

Objectives of the project/expected outcomes:
  • The migrants legally returning from France are supported in permanent resettlement in Georgia, in accordance with their profiles and needs through funding business start-ups, providing vocational and qualification development opportunities to contribute their income generation.
Support to the Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities

Support to the Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities

The project "Support to the Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities" aims to improve the process of social inclusion of disabled youth. It responds to current priorities of the Government of Georgia to unify the national and international standards of care for disabled persons. Disabled youth finishing their education belong to the age group education belong to the age group most affected by unemployment.

The project will support and complement the State's efforts to coordinate the actions of the individual ministries. The project will seek to achieve change mainly on the national level. The core activity of the project is to build a capacity of the state institutions and facilitate cooperation among themselves and with the nongovernmental sector. As a result of research, capacity-building and networking activities, the support provided to disabled youth through education and employment services will be improved.